Tacopizza or texmexpizza can be made as strong or weak as you like and you can also vary the accessories. I think it's a nice variation on Taco Friday. I make my own taco seasoning and think it's smart because the ones you buy are very salty.
550 g mel, helt tipo 00
1 ts salt
1/2 pk pizza yeast
1 teaspoon honey
1 tbsp olive oil
About. 3 dl cold water
Knead everything well together and let it rise. The dough is perfect, when it is so moist that you just manage to roll or press it out, then add enough water, if necessary. adjust with flour.
When I make pizza, I let the dough enjoy itself for a long time, preferably in the fridge overnight. I take it out approx. 1 hour before I use it and let it rise on the bench, before I push / roll it out and let it rise for approx. 30 minutes. For Italian pizza, it is rolled very thin and for pizza with an American base a little thicker. If you make the pizza dough the same day as you are going to use it, it can be left on the counter and raised for a minimum of 1 hour. I always fry the bottom at high temperature for a few minutes, before I put on the filling.
Filling for taco pizza:
400 g chop dough
1 finely chopped onion
2 tbsp homemade taco seasoning , possibly 1 bag pre-purchased
1 glass of taco sauce, on request
1/2 paprika in strips
10 Mini Tomatoes, divided into 4
Jalapeño from glass (if you want the pizza hot)
1 pk fox cheese, preferably well stored
Tortilla chips – nachos
Fry the patty dough and the onion in a little oil, until it has acquired a nice brown colour. Add spices and taco sauce and stir well together. Spread the mixture over the pizza crust. Add cheese, tomatoes and jalapeño. Bake in the middle of the oven at 200 degrees. When it just starts to get a little colour, stick the tortilla chips into the pizza. They taste extra good when they get a little warm.
After frying (optional):
Glue in boats
Add lime wedges and coriander just before serving. I serve taco pizza with sour cream or guacamole, which you can find the recipe for here , and sometimes a homemade salsa, which you can find the recipe for here .
You will find more exciting texmex recipes here .
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